The Heidelberg Catechism
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This STUDY GUIDE to the HEIDELBERG CATECHISM includes all 129 questions and answers with clear exposition and questions for review, further study, and discussion. Background of the Catechism: The catechism was commissioned by Frederick III not long after his accession in 1559 to be a proclamation of the biblical faith to the world. Traditionally the writing of this catechism has been ascribed to Caspar Olevianus and Zacharias Ursinus. Yet further research in this century has shown that Ursinus alone should be considered the major contributor.^
:The Heidelberg Catechism is one of the finest creeds of the reformation period. A faithful teacher of millions, it has stood the test of time and is still, today, one of the best tools available for learning what it means to be a Christian. This study guide to the Catechism includes 129 questions and answers, along with clear exposition and questions for review, further study, and discussion.
G. I. Williamson, ed. a Presbyterian pastor, edits the periodical Ordained Servant. He is the author of The Shorter Catechism: For Study Classes and The Westminster Confession of Faith: For Study Classes.